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Manchester City’s 2024/25 pre-season tour location revealed



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The destination for Manchester City’s 2024/25 pre-season tour this summer has been revealed in a new report from The Athletic this week.

The development follows on from Manchester City’s hugely successful tour of far-east Asia, when the newly-crowned Treble winners took part in warm-up matches in Japan and South Korea against Yokohama F. Marinos, Bayern Munich, and Atletico Madrid.

Officials within the Etihad Stadium capitalised on Manchester City’s hugely successful and continuously expanding market in that corner of the globe, rewarding their following in Asia with watching the talents that one the club their first-ever UEFA Champions League title.

While the ongoing 2023/24 campaign may have only reached the halfway point, and City still focussed on securing another Treble of silverware, preparations for the pre-season tour of this summer are well underway.

According to the information of The Athletic’s Adam Crafton, Pep Guardiola and his Manchester City squad are due to travel to the USA this summer for their pre-season preparations ahead of the 2024/25 campaign.

It is further detailed that City officials are in dialogue with their counterparts from Chelsea regarding the possibility of playing an all-Premier League friendly against one another while in the U.S.

Manchester City visited the United States only recently, playing two matches against Club America and Bayern Munich in Houston and Green Bay respectively ahead of the Treble-winning campaign of 2022/23.

Those fixtures meant it was Manchester City’s American community that had the first sighting of Erling Haaland in the Sky Blue of the club, after the Norwegian superstar completed a blockbuster move from Borussia Dortmund just weeks prior.

There remains the possibility that US supporters could have a repeat this time around, with Manchester City officials expected to be busy in the upcoming summer transfer window refreshing Pep Guardiola’s star-studded first-team playing squad.